National President of BJP JP Nadda’s tenure has been extended. Home Minister Amit Shah said that the National Executive has made a proposal for JP Nadda today. Rajnath Singh has kept this proposal. All BJP members have accepted it. JP Nadda’s term as BJP President is being extended till June 2024.
Amit Shah said that I am confident that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party’s national president JP Nadda, the BJP will win in 2024 with an even bigger majority. He said that once again Narendra Modi will lead the country as PM.
The term was ending on January 20
JP Nadda’s three-year term was ending on January 20 this year. Prior to this, he was made the working president of the party in July 2019. After that, on 20 January 2020, he took charge of the party as full-time president.
According to the constitution of the BJP, there is a provision to give two terms of three consecutive years to the national president. Nadda, originally from Himachal Pradesh, was born on 2 December 1960 in Patna, the capital of Bihar.
Shah also praised Nadda’s leadership
Amit Shah also praised Nadda’s leadership during this period. He said that under his chairmanship BJP got victory in many important elections. The two-day meeting of the BJP’s national executive began on Monday at the convention center of the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) in the national capital.
350 senior leaders are participating in this executive
The Prime Minister reached the executive venue on Tuesday morning. Apart from him, around 350 senior party leaders including Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and BJP President JP Nadda are participating in this executive. These include chief ministers and five deputy chief ministers of 12 party-ruled states and 35 central ministers.
Many important challenges before the BJP in the next one year
Next year in 2024, Prime Minister Modi will seek a referendum from the people of the country for the third time. Before that, assembly elections are to be held in 9 states in 2023 and these elections play a role in making political perception about the general elections.
In these, especially in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Karnataka, the performance of the party will be very important from the point of view of the Lok Sabha. Significantly, the party currently holds 87 out of 93 seats in these states.
Strategy made for assembly-Lok Sabha elections
If sources are to be believed, the strategy for assembly and Lok Sabha elections was discussed separately in the BJP’s national executive meeting. Assembly elections are due in Tripura, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Karnataka, Mizoram, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Jammu and Kashmir this year.
In most of these states the BJP or Then there is the government of its allies. In the meeting serious discussions were held on saving power in these states and returning to power in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh. Especially the assembly elections of Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh are being seen as the semi-finals of the power at the Centre.